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this town. >> mayor: i think i have more power to change the town and i intend to use it. >> robb: there is no problem. jeff crocket can move. he can be in a diversified community. >> christof: but you aren't going anywhere. >> robb: oh, we're not going anywhere. i mean we are too well established. we were established before they moved here and we will be established after they are laying cold in the grave. bloc >> michael: coming up tonight, progressives are hoping the new hope will bring the catholic church into the 21st century on issues ranging from gay marriage to contraception to women's rights. their message, lighten up francis. i'm michael shure, and you are in "the war room." [♪ theme music ♪] >> michael: [ speaking foreign ] it took two days and five rounds of voting but the catholic church finally has a new pope and they have the white smoke to prove it. [ cheers ] >> michael: so without further adieu, i introduce you to pope francis. he is the first pope from the americas. he's aragain tinnian and the first josowit pope. more than 40% of catholics liv
rapid technological change and investments. and, you know, i have to say i think part of it is the public's deep-seeded unease with robots. i mean, this goes back to the hal -- [inaudible] and a few other things we remember from our childhood. and, of course, political theater it was, but senator rand paul's filibuster really, i think, did to some degree muddy public understanding of the domestic uses of uas. so we don't do ourselves any favors either from an industry standpoint when we keep changing the names. i could go around this room, and i bet everyone here could come up with a different one. uas, uav, rpv. and now, get this, the latest one? uninhabited aerial vehicles? oh, come on. sexism? give me a break. [laughter] i think our speakers will shed light, though, on some of the more important of uas concern. i'm so delighted that from california frank pace was willing and able to come in, the president and ceo of general b atomics. and, of course, the developer of the predator, among other very leading aircraft in this area. what i really think about it, and i th
as a presidential nominee in the last election, so what's the issue here, is it that christie has changed or conservatives are the problem? >> well, christie is running for reelection in a very blue state. obamacare i had new jersey by at least 17-- obama carried new jersey. and you have a republican running in a very blue state and doing what he needs to do to get elected. he cannot be rick perry in new jersey. and so i think that's what you're seeing here. now, you know, i'm not with christie on a lot of his issues, gun control and global warming and issues like that, but again, you know, this is similar to what scott brown was doing. >> paul: you've got to do-- >> you've got to do what you've got to do to win. >> paul: owe the snub, cpac snub reflects on his recent in new jersey? >> certainly his recent record. and cpac is a conservative gathering, not an official republican party event. if they want to invite people they think are going to carry a conservative message and are consistent with that, they should. there's no obligation to invite people who are more in the center or more t
-- in that case to can change the sunt. -- subject. chuck is a good friend, but he should have probably stuck to one question each. and let me just say, that set-up where they have a president and a foreign leader. in this case our president was the guest, but those kinds of news conferences don't produce very much because there are usually only two questions per side. so you don't get a wide-range of exchange. >> and you also have translations. >> and you also have translations, which close everything down. >> a person inside the white house briefing room. she has written a book titled the messaging of the president, the white house commune cages operation. these she's also a professor at towson university. thank you for being with us. >> thank you. good to see you both. >> let's talk about how all of this evolved. as bill plante pointed out, the first conference was an inauspicious owe indication. >> it certainly did. the following week, woodrow wilson had people come into the news room where he talk bd what this relationship was going to be with reporters, how he needed them. he wanted the
have got to change the trajectory of this country. we capital sustain ourselves if we go to $20 trillion, $20 trillion debt. whether you're a democrat, republican, libertarian, whatever you are, independent, you should want a strong monetary policy and a strong economic policy. and we have got a few more years left, and this is a good start right here in the senate if we can get this bill up and pass it and the house will do something. we will fund the government until september 30, which we are supposed to do. that way we can start on the 14 budget -- the 2014 budget and maybe go to regular order is what we would like in the appropriation process and not go from crisis to crisis. what we have done in the house and the senate and the white house is involved in this, too, in recent years, we have gone from -- lurched from crisis to crisis, and then we come up to the deadline and people say oh, we have got to have certainty, so we kick the can down the road just a few more yards, but that's not the way to do business. this country is too important. the business community needs cer
that is going to change some. there are going to be some people who see us, see me in particular as having taken sides. so i often get asked why did you do this? and i think the fact is for both of us we spent 40 years building some capital and a reputation and they're comes a point you feel like you need to use that capital because the stakes are too high, the consequences are great, and we both believe that we are had a really critical point in this political system. we face huge problems in the country. short term and long term. and if we are going to leach the system of problem solvers and in up with people who say things like richard murdock, the new republican nominee for the senate in indiana said yesterday which is my idea of compromise is on the move to accept my position. if that is how we are going to be faced with making policy decisions that are going to be very tough and painful for americans as all major changes in social policy whether the expanded government or contract government do they disrupt people's lives almost by definition and you can't make that work and create a sense
. >> let the post office work with the unions, with the partners, to make changes to the postal service. >> one proposed reform would change the law that requires the post office to pay bill odd dollar0s year to fund future retiree's pensions. >> lines are forming outside the supreme court ahead of the hearing to decide the constitutionality of prop 8. the referendum banned same-sex marriage after the state's highest court ruled it was legal. on wednesday the court considers the defense of marriage act which denies federal benefits to married same-sex couples. nine states and the district of columbia allow same-sex marriage, nine more have strong civil union or partner ship laws. >> carol lynn tyler is traveling to washington, dc and will be sitting in court when the nation's highest court considers whether california's prop 8 wrongly denies gays and lesbians the right to marry. >>> the nationest highest court is taking on another big issue that cost taxpayers more than $3 billion a year. the a practice that leads to higher prescription prices. >>> also a silicon valley big wig is helpi
for thousands of years. to try to change that -- it is time to pull out of there, get our guys on, let them be. host: that was jim in minneapolis. joining us is tom chancre, a pentagon national security correspondent for the new york times. hello. guest: how are you this morning? host: good, thank you. how surprising was this development of hamid karzai accusing the u.s. of working with the taliban? guest: it was absolutely surprising. we spoke with general dunn furred, the new commander of coalition forces -- dunford, the new commander of coalition forces. chuck hagel said it was ridiculous claim. hamid karzai as a domestic and international audience. this was surprising, but for the domestic crop. host: how significant was our push back? we are seeing this on the front page of all the papers. this is getting some play here. what are the domestic implications? guest: in afghanistan, it is unclear. in the united states, we have to reassess what kind of partner is mr. karzai going to be. these are very important 12 months ahead in which the entire security mission is transitioning to the afghan
for the inland valleys livermore. hand and things are going to change. there is a storm system offshore that will make for a lot of clouds and cooler temperatures. even the chance for some wet weather. mainly clear skies with high clouds increasing. tomorrow, look for a extensive low cloud coverage. dave will be slow to clear. combined that with gusting winds at 35 m.p.h. some places will even be cooler. highs in the 50s for san francisco 60s in fremont. the warmer places in concord, livermore about five, 10 degrees cooler. and wet weather on tuesday >> coming up at eight. a crazy car crash --- how a california couple accidentally ended up on the roof of somebody's house. then -- severe weather wreaking havoc across parts of the u-s. it even forced the cancellation of a major sporting event. and at 8-30. the memorial for a young teenager, killed on a northern california race- track. kron4 was there the emotional event. the news at eight continues next. >> authorities say there are no reports of damage after a four-point-three-magnitude earthquake hit eureka this morning. the u-s geologi
at the golden gate bridge. i just saw lane change trucks drive by before we came on the air. right now quiet across the span. and bart has so far all the trains running on time. that is traffic. back to you guys. >> a son-in-law of osama bin laden is set to appear in a new york courtroom less than two hours from now. sulaiman abu ghaith is expected to face terror-related charges. the justice department announced yesterday he was arrested in jordan last week. abu ghaith is considered a top al qaeda operative and served as a spokesman for bin laden. >> he is not a big fish but he's not a little fish. you know, when you catch these guys, they may lead you to the bigger fish. >> south carolina senator lindsey graham and other republicans are criticizing the obama administration, saying abu ghaith should be at guantanamo bay not in a u.s. federal court. >>> an oakland man probably didn't expect his luggage to go through extra security at the airport but tsa agents found 67 pounds of pot in his luggage. the suspect is 21 and had a ticket to south carolina, ch
what i sense from a lot of people i've been talking to is this fear that somehow america has changed, our people has changed, that we reached this point in time and we have too many people in america that want too much from government and that maybe the changes that have happened are irreversible and that it will never be the same again. i want you to understand that's not true. our people have not changed. the vast majority of the american people are hardworking taxpayers who take responsibility for their families, go to work every day. they pay their mortgage on time. they volunteer in the community. this is what the vast majority of american people still are. what's changed is the world around us. it's changed in dramatic ways. just think how much the world has changed in the last 10 years. the global economy is real. we don't live in a national economy any more. everything you buy, everything you sell, everything you touch it's all impacted by things that are happening halfway around the world. the information age is real. it's made our lives easier. it's allowed you right now to
. it can be changed and amended to penalize the smaller for less. the good news is markets in cyprus are closed today for holiday. futures are reacting very negative. >> that's scary the government. nabbing your money like that. people at the office notice younger people can be i am mature. >> appearance punkality and honesty all matter in the workplace. a survey of 400 human resources say a third of the highers aren't professional. 40 percent say they lack work ethic. 52 percent new hires have this heir of entitlement. might be they are more confident. they might have been coddleed by their parents. in this tight job market there's a lot of ways you can turn your passion into your job. many of the candidates might be saying i am too good for this job. >> they need the job to make the money. >> lauren simonetti. thank you so much. coming up, do you multi task during your meals? you may want to stop and focus on your food. there's a new study out this morning that says you can be putting on a lot of brakes if you don't. they are supposed to open their eyes to new technology but these
. they change the name to chesty after left turn lewis chesty puller and they take it all very seriously. >> we have had them busted back in rank before. >> chris: how did the dogs take it? >> marines don't take it well when they get demoted. we can't have a mascot biting and barking and doing things and what they are not supposed to do. >> chris: that is what he did last summer when he went after panetta's dog? >> he barked. >> chris: there was challenging, control of the military? >> this was right in front of the secretary of defense. >> after the breach of protocol there was speculation that he was being forced out. >> he was promoted to sergeant after that. it's not a forced retirement. >> chris: whatever the reason the pup should be the new mascot by late august with as many as five public events a week. >> chesty is great way to represent the more than 200,000 sailors and semifinalians that make up our corps. he has very important job. we're happy to have him. >> chris: one of my favorite power players ever. the marine mascot generally says five years as chesty is five years which is 35
the cypress government changed its mind. the central bank here as well as the finance minister decided to open all the banks on thursday rather than staggering with some openings on tuesday. by that time, lou, people will be without banks on this island nation for 12 full days. they were told to keep calm, but that could be difficult. lou: i'm sure it is difficult, and difficult as well, days ago, we heard they had just a few days of food supplies, grocery stores were running short of food stocks for the shelf. what is that situation? is there now food in this bailout that will make that -- going to decrease the food problem? >> the supplies here okay, lou. gas was short because people were hording. what they are running short on is cash. right now, the atms are limited to 100 euros, that's $130 per day, and that is a big problem for the folks here, and one more point is people forget that a lot of people do their banking online. again, for 12 days, the folks here have not been able to do any kind of online banking, any kind of electronic transfers, using the banking system..3 i spoke to one e
and that has to change for the program to be here done the road. but, look, chris. i think republicans, if they saw true entitlement reform would be glad to look at tax reform that generates additional revenue. and it doesn't mean creeping rates, it means closing loopholes. it also means arranging our tax system so we have economic growth. and i think we have been saying that from day one. >> chris: well, senator durbin, i heard some give there from senator corker. let me ask you: are senate democrats willing to make serious cuts, reforms to entitlements, if you get added tax revenue? and what do you think of the prospects for a grand bargain. >> chris, let me tell you, i think bob gave an honest an constructive answer. really, what he articulated is what he did in the bowles-simpson commission and i want to thank him for that, patty murray has done an extraordinarily good job and we will move to the next stage, the grand bargain stage and the president is trying to set that up, sitting down on a bipartisan basis, not eliminating medicare, as i'm afraid the paul ryan budget would do bu
or if public opinion would influence the supreme court. on day marriage we have seen the change in public opinion. it almost feels like they were messaging the exact opposite. they seemed to be concerned about moving too fast. >> that's a reasonable concern if you're the court. people have talked about whether the court moved too fast, for example, in the abortion decision, when the court in 1967 finally said it was unconstitutional for virginia and other states to have rules against interracial marriage. it was after waiting for a number of years and kind of putting off that decision as -- while a number of states change their laws and sort of public opinion caught up with it. i thought yesterday's arguments were really fascinating. not just for getting a glimpse -- and it is dangerous, you get insight for not just getting a glimpse of where justices may be going, but also in terms of how dramatically the debate over gay rights has shifted. you had the lawyer defending prop 8 arguing that california should be able to prohibit same-sex marriage, saying also that he couldn't see any justif
sinced i have seen -- 1988. i have seen it three or four times change. why do they put any president in and they keep changing it? now, they put obama in their -- there. ,ou say it is not a racial call but it looks everything base -- that he says, they knock him down area an. we old people deserve to have -- proper medical care. you have other colors. host: this is a statement by the chairman of the policy committee -- host: back to the phones, rick in massachusetts is on our line for independents. go ahead. caller: good morning, everyone. i am in the upper middle income bracket and i support the health care law. until we get to the point where hospitals refuse people with no insurance, we have to make sure that people that can pay for it , pay for it. am a bit disgusted that the largest group against it are that are on medicare. as people know, that is the program that has to be reformed. that is going to cause the country to go broke in the future. if people can look it is rationally, this is what we have to do. thank you. host: we are continuing the conversation on twitter. we hav
of defense, but no one's talking about how we fundamentally have to change our philosophy of military compensation, benefits and the size of the force to come to grips with the cost of an all-volunteer army. of course at a minimum we should also dramatically shift and reduce resources away from the vast nuclear weapons stockpile and the three redundant delivery systems which we haven't used in 68 years and probably never will. we have 10 times more nuclear firepower than we need for deterrence. its pasttime -- symbol of the cold war and save hundreds of billions of dollars at no risk to american security. it's time for congress and the administration to work meaningfully for agriculture reform, to get more support for america's farmers and ranchers at a fraction of the cost. we should reform the outrageous, inefficient and unproductive crop insurance program. we should restore investments in nutrition, conservation, research and marketing that will make a difference for most farmers and ranchers, improve long-term productivity and support value-added agriculture. this saves money in t
're taking corporate contributions. that's a big change. >> why are they doing this? why would the president -- it just seems like he's making his life more complicated politically. why would he do this? >> i think they want to take the strength of their grassroots operation, their access to money, and try to marry them up so he can succeed in the midterms. so he can do in the last two years of his second term what he did in the first two years of his first term. they think the only way to do that is fight the chamber of commerce, fight corporate money. >> i'm not shocked by it. it's just pretty -- not shocked by the practice because it's how washington's run forever. i'm just very surprised, as you pointed out. even taking corporate money to do this. we're a long, long way -- >> okay. i want to get to the thriller in bloomberg. that doesn't work. last night in his debate with "new york times" columnist, joe raised some concerns about spending and long-term debt, particularly with an ageing population, reaching retirement age. take a look. >> we should have used the '90s. we should have used
to accept social security cuts and changes to medicare, entitlement programs. democrats are very much in opposition to that. today he's going to go face house republicans who as we know are very much in opposition to any increase in tax revenue. and so while yesterday he was kind of trying to win over democrats for a deal that would , you know, potentially touch entitlement programs, today he's going to say -- face kind of a hostile republican cawculls. this is the first visit to republican conference on capitol hill since 2009. obviously he's being an tig nist for house republicans and this is going to be a tough sell for him. host: are there any details in terms of the details of the meeting itself, how long it will last, what the format will be, what the agenda is? guest: we expect it will probably be similar to yesterday where the president will come for a lunch, he'll be there for about an hour and a half, have some remarks at the top and then take questions from house republicans. so, you know, that back and forth is an opportunity to certainly exchange ideas but also an opportu
. a transformational change. >> i think colorado is a good example. i grew up in that state, it definitely is a hunting-friendly state. i only lived in sweet states, strategic. >> there's some ohio blood in there? >> i'm going to move there for a while so i can say, i used to live in ohio, it's a swing state. you're seeing it in colorado where this is going. states are responsive on a local level. politics is all about pressure and leverage. for somebody like a mary landrieu, she doesn't see as a national poll as necessarily the pressure that's going to change her election. she's worried about louisiana. she's worried about getting re-elected in that state. and until you see the zeitgeist change within the state, these politicians are not responsive to that. where bloomberg can make a huge difference is he can go into a local race, a congressional district, he can go in on a state. when mary landrieu starts seeing bloomberg money against her, then i think she might change her mind. >> let's talk about bloomberg money. as if he's got bloomberg money. "the new york times" quotes thomas mann from brooking
friend. but, it changes the definition of what it means to be a friend. and that is, it seems to me what the supporters of proposition 8 are saying here, all you are interested in is the label and insist on changing the definition of the label. >> reporter: justice anthony kennedy who many believe could serve as the swing vote in the case signaled he is empathetic to how the courts ruling will impact the children of same sex couples. >> there are 40,000 children, according to the brief, that live with same sex parents and they want their parents to have full recognition and full status. the voice of those children is important in this case, don't you think? >> reporter: despite the comment he cautioned the court is wading into uncharted waters and said at one point is not sure the case is properly before the court. there are technical issues regarding the standing of the case, and, several argued they never met to the merits of the case. lou. >> shannon bream, fox news supreme court correspondent. our first guest here tonight to further ajude indicate the proposition 8 -- ajudjudicate t
murder and obviously with the murders of mike and cynthia mclelland this changes things dramatically here. it has many people on edge. >> ed lavendera, thanks so much. keep us posted as you dig deeper on this story. thanks so much. >>> we're asking more questions as well trying to find out the connections between these two cases that just took place yesterday and that of two months ago. the mayor of a town in kaufman county and former fbi assistant director tom fuentes will join us live. >>> and christians all over the world are celebrating easter today. in rome, pope francis delivered his first easter blessings since becoming pontiff. thousands of worshippers from around the world packed st. peter's square. senior international correspondent jim bittermann is in rome. >> reporter: barely two weeks into his reign, pope francis, as he celebrated his first easter mass, is putting distance between himself and his predecessor. for one thing, the new pope probably wouldn't have liked the term "reign." he he already has done several things to show he's against the imperial nature of the papacy.
they are right. in the think anything lives of average people is changing. i am sick and tired of them laughing and clapping. it is so artificial. the rich people, corporations, thereby and selling from each other to increase the value of wall street. they succeeded. as far as we are concerned, average people, we cannot afford to do anything. we cannot even buy food. the food prices are foodup. you cannot buy a pound of ground beef for $5. who can afford to feed their kids? [woman laughing] i am really mad. host: are you speaking from personal experience? caller: yes. i am one of those persons who never misses the news. i read newspapers. i watched c-span all the time. mrs. obama is suggesting people go and eat fresh fruits and vegetables. how can we afford to buy an orange for dollar? an orae has been a dollar for fi years. you cannot afford to buy apples or is ke. wall street numbers going up -- it does not mean anything. host: here's the "usa today money section -- troy in west babylon, new york, a democrat. caller: you have a pretty smile. i will give you some solutions i have heard on c-sp
something because of a rule change you're going to get hurt anyway. >> the new rule goes into affect next season. from here out the term heads up football takes on a double meaning like never before. in san francisco, wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> nfl owners voted today to eliminate the tough rule, one of the most-criticized rules in nfl history certainly by raider fan who's grimace every time we pull out this video. it changed the raiders fate when a fumble by tom brady would have sealed a playoff win was ruled an incomplete pass. that started their super bowl dynasty. the new rule states if a quarterback loses control of the ball before protecting it after opting not to throw, it's a fumble. which we knew 11 years ago. today raiders tweeted adios, tough rule -- tuck rule, way too late. >> okay. but it's happening now. right? >> yes. it's now. >> yes. >> listen to this. the world's premier sailing event is just weeks away. and some residents are hoping to make big bucks by renting out their home autos yes. carolyn tyler shows what $25,000 a month will get you. >> julie and peter have eve
it and how can we change it. d i have told them and scythed example after -- cited example after example. t's only in recent years we've seen the debilitation of the legislative process. i think it's important to engage the public as we are doing and getting ideas on how we can reform congressionally and politically as well as reform. that's important. and that's why getting a spectrum from the public across the country is going to be crucial in this regard. and then the other part of it is using and harnessing the social media to make your elected officials accountable. there is no reason they ought to be taking recesses when they are facing a sequester frankly. the debt ceiling back in 2011. half our time in the senate between january and june, half of our time was not spent on legislative business. in fact in 2011 alone, it was one of the fewest number of days we've been in session since 1992 and here it was coinciding with one of the event that created the highest level of policy uncertainty of any event over the last 20 years, surpassing the wars, surpassing the financial crieses, sept
it a federal crime to move guns unlawfully against state line and changing things on books there. something people will talk about as a success if that gets through. so much focus on background checks. one of the big questions from people who are still hesitant about that is what would it actually do in a practical sense if you've got a neighbor-to-neighbor selling a weapon or a family member to another and how would that work in practical terms. the idea of background checks has broiad support but it gets down to the specifics. watch for the senators from red states up for re-election and the pressure is greatest on them. they are away two weeks now from washington, back home, and there will be pressure on them. they will hear from their constituents about what to do from this. if you don't have much support, if any, among republicans, you need those democrats to get it through. >> hey, mark, give me a sense of harry reid's role in this. he wants to keep that title senate majority leader. navigating through these ice floes of this. >> it's already on the side of those who would like to see
in the united states because of a steady change happening in catholic churches across the country. cnn's tom foreman has today's "american journey." >> reporter: appearance of the spanish speaking pope from across the atlantic electrified the crowd in italy and lit up u.s. shores, too. >> full of joy. happy. very happy. >> as we say in latin america, papa. >> reporter: over the past few decades, american catholic churches like this one in d.c. have undergone a profound transformation the number of hispanic members has been soaring, pushed so fast by immigration and birth that they now account for one out of every three catholics here. >> and it's a number that's likely to continue to rise because latino catholics tend to be younger than catholics as a whole. only half of all catholics under the age of 40 today are hispanic. >> reporter: many white catholics have been slipping away from church amid sexual abuse scandals, debates over abortion rights and role of women, hispanic arrivals have more than made up for the losses, so much so catholics still comprise about a quarter of the country, j
, famous bodybuilder angelo siciliano changed his name to what? >> only one of those answers includes the name of a god in greek mythology. i'm just gonna double-check that, but yeah, i'm gonna go with "d," charles atlas, final answer. >> it is charles atlas. [cheers and applause] >> all right. >> let's see the money. >> lots of zeroes. all right! >> $7,000. up to $10,100. very nice, pamela. building up the bank there. next category is "'70s music." marvin gaye's iconic 1971 song mercy mercy me has what alternate title? >> meredith, i feel like this audience--many of them might have been around more in the '70s than i was, so i am going to ask the audience. >> all right-- >> i was around, just not for very long. >> [chuckles] audience, pamela needs your help. on your keypads, vote now. [percussive music] ♪ 51% say sociology, 38% for ecology. >> uh... i'm gonna go with the audience on this one. i'm gonna go "a," the sociology. >> final answer? >> final answer. >> it was "c." >> oh, no. >> ecology. >> so sad. >> oh, pamela, i'm so sorry. >> it's okay. no, it was a pleasure. thank you
and a ton of the jobs, as well. they realize it's going to be a change of livelihood. changes that will happen in this country no matter what are going to be startling to the people here. >> i saw all the headlines coming from russia and the president here making strong comments. is that going to fall on deaf ears in europe? is that not a big deal as far as they're concerned? >> that would be my interpretation, absolutely. would you agree with that, adam? whatever russia says is going to fall on deaf ears when it comes to the troika? >> it doesn't fall on deaf ears. but the europeans have made a categoric statements. cypress has to come up with 5.8 billion euros. it can't be through new loans, it can't be through the pension funds, it can't be through securitized tax. even if they're going to come up with a tax on deposits or something else, they're going to have to solve the banks without the cash. >> but they don't care about the russi russians? >> they care about the russians, but not enough to give them another 5 billion euros. >> michelle, that you can very much and adam,
third of the cost of medicare and that has to change for the program to be here down the road. look, chris, i think republicans if they saw true entitlement reform would be glad to look at tax reform that generates additional revenues and that doesn't mean increasing rates. that means closing loophole os. it also means arranging our tax system so is that we have economic growth. and i think we have been saying that from day one. >> chris: well, senator durbin, i heard some give there from senator corker. let me he ask you. are senate democrats willing to make serious cuts, reforms to entitlements if you get added tax revenue and what are the prospects tor for a grand bar ? >> what he articulated is what we did in the bowles simpson commission and what we have done since. we said let's put everything on the table and i want to thank bob be for saying that. we have to, of course, pass the budget resolution in the senate. patty murray has done an extraordinarily good job and then move to the next stage and that is the grand bargain stage. both sides sitting down on a bipartisan basis n
change over to rain and move into new jersey through philadelphia, into new york city as we continue through the day, and it extends back into chicago where we will see snow turn over to sleet and freezing rain. this area of low pressure back across indiana is going to move to the east, northeast through the morning, then we're going to see another storm system redevelop off the mid-atlantic coast. that's the one that brings heavier snow, across new england, and through the ski resorts. we see perhaps up to a foot of snow through parts of vermont into new hampshire and maine as well. it is not going to be a blockbuster storm, maybe an inch or so, you get to boston, we will see several inches of snow today and tonight as well. >> they've had some winter in boston so far. thanks very much. >>> we are following breaking news in indiana where a private plane crashed into a neighborhood near south bend. nbc's kevin tibbles is at the scene. kevin, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. the private jet apparently experiencing technical problems slammed into this neighborhood
of urgency has really tipped. it's changed viscerally and seismically. so i think that as long as we can sustain that sense of urgency, as long as people in congress hear from the country, i think it can be passed. we knew it was going to be an uphill job. it was always going to be a marathon, not a sprint. and the assault weapons ban was always the most ambitious, the politically toughest of all these provisions. and i am going to be proud to be with dianne feinstein in supporting this measure when it's offered as an amendment and i hope that it will pass. >> today the news out of colorado was so shocking in terms of the death of the corrections commissioner last night, shot on the doorstep of his home. that happening just hours before the colorado governor was due to sign three new pieces of gun reform legislation into law. obviously there's no reason for us to believe that the incidents are connected other than the fact that it was a gun murder. just a remarkable confluence of hid lines though. i wonder how you view the fact that colorado and also new york state sort of led in terms o
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or their the operational command and control and i'm perfectly comparable. >> you don't think any changes need to be made with regard to that? >> not in regards to the command relationships with the combatant commanders in terms of the forces that are under their operational control. no, ma'am. i do not. >> you think there needs to be any additional legal authority for our soldiers in order for them to train with our partners? >> that's certainly an area that we're taking a look at. right now one of the amendments that present some problems for us is the leahy amendment. as we have to bet the units to make sure that there are no human rights violations, and we are absolute in favor and we understand the value and importance of making sure we could claim human rights. unfortunately, at a time sometimes when those units need of our partnership and our relationship so they understand what right looks like, that the time in which we find ourselves more constrained than ever, if there's a human rights violation, frankly i would offer them more than ever we need to get engaged and make sure that they do what
this report. you're right. sounds a lot let's like the republican party changing its policies and principles and more about changing the messaging and marketing and delivering of the message. it's not policy but the way they get the policies out to the people, and the chairman also said that they need this branding and this marketing, not just in the couple of months leading up to a presidential election, but they need it year round, and they need it in places, the chairman says, where they normally don't go like blue states and like urban areas. it's kind of obvious why they are doing this. go back to last november. the republicans didn't win back the white house. they didn't win back the senate, and they definitely had a problem with younger voters and with minority voters. mitt romney doing very well at all with either of those groups. that's why you're seeing this, and $10 million is a lot of money, don. that's why they hope they can make some changes here. >> and if you're in the battleground states, i was in a battleground, you were there as well, they are taking a page out of obama pl
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changing over to snow. areas like philadelphia and new york city. again, we are looking at a big, major snowstorm. the highest totals around the baltimore/ baltimore/d.c. area. >>> all right. thank you very much. now to entertainment. "daily show" host jon stewart is taking a break this summer to direct a film about one journalists imprisonment following the 2009 iran ran electiele iranian election. i'm mara schiavocampo, "way too early" starts right now. >>> the dow jones industrials at never before seen heights. >> all-time record high. >> making history today. >> if they tell you everything's awful, tell them no it's not! >> amen! the non-inflation adjusted values of the stocks of 30 large companies that sort of track the american economy 50 years ago are higher than ever! we're back, baby! and the best part is we never had to fix our systemic issues. >> the market hits a milestone. let the good times roll. good morning, i'm bill karins this is "way too early," the show that moved all of our retirement from 401(k)s to cabbage patch kids. we have a lot to talk about including the deat
to be hopeful, we can come together to say ok we all agree, reduce the deficit, cut spending make some changes that we can without hurting beneficiaries, and mandatory spending. why, why, why are these tax loopholes for special interest such sacred cows for the republicans? such sacred cows they won't allow mr. van hollen's bill to come to the floor are they afraid of the debate, afraid of the outcome of their vote. with that, i think the gentleman for his lead -- i thank the gentleman for his leadership on putting forward a balanced proposal to prere-deuce the deficit, to avoid sequestration, which we didn't, but as a counter to what the republicans are putting forth and more than a counter it's about leadership it's about what is possible if we can work together in a bipartisan way to get the job done for the american people. i thank you, mr. van hollen and yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the minority leader is reminded to adrets remarks to the chair. the gentleman from indiana is recognized. mr. messer: appreciate the eye contact. let me make three quick points. . as to the und
't take your cell phone. that may change. >> i brought my cell phone. that is a 1964 -- daytona. why did i bring this smart phone on with me? if i were to unlock this phone because i am still in my contract with a carrier who dropped service. if i were to unlock the phone i would take the 500,000 dollar fine and possibly 5 years in prison. at the end of the contract i can take this phone and my phone number to another carrier. what the fcc is saying take this and the daytona studebaker, let him take this now so there could be movement to urge congress to change the rules so you can unlock this thing before the end of the contract and not go to jail and pay a fine. >> you get sick of your cell phone carrier you can move without paying a fine. >> we can negotiate and get better deals. >> you can always use it once you finish your contract you have to go through a pizza czbi process but you can do it already. >> thank you very much. >> it is 10 minutes after the hour. coming up he's a chinese general who once threatened to nuke the united states. why is he now being allowed to visit the bepen
'm a law student so i know a lot of lawyers. >> isn't this -- we're at a point of trying to make change. you were just trying to change the conversation. >> right. >> that it's about behavior and it's not about firearms. they are trying to make the case and the people who were attacking you is that you're trying to suppress some kind of gun ownership out there. >> right. that is not really the issue. i was trying to move away from that conversation. i think we get stuck too often in asking what women should or could have done to prevent rape and instead we need to educate and train men to not rape in the first place. >> katrina, this overreaction to what a woman says about gun violence in america and protection after speaking her mind is just amazing. i want to play a comment from republican strategist steve schmitt and get your response to this. >> i think in any organization where women are toe not at the table, where a male that is an organization that is going to have problems. one of the problems we have structurally in the party. any company, any organization in today's day he and
and supposed to shut up and sit in the back. and things are changing in washington because of what happened in 2010 and more after as more libertarian minded and more conservative republicans continue to come in. guess what? they don't win any points with their voters for being deferential, they don't get anything for that because the voters would not like them to defer to dianne feinstein when it comes to gun control. texas doesn't want to see that so this is what the future is going to look like in the senate, which is the old boys club and old gals club is going by the way side and it's going to be much more confrontational and much more ideological and that's just the way it's going to be. >> megyn: looks like the british house of commons at times. not really. >> more fun to cover. >> megyn: chris, thank you. we showed you the exchange, between senator cruz and senator feinstein is moment ago. senator feinstein went on television and described senator cruz as arrogant and aggressive and did feel that she was being lectured to. so the question today, was he just trying to be tough, make
ago a senior member of the senate calling for big changes for the entire cruise industry to protect you when you spend money on a giant boat. it is time for a cruise ship bill of rights. we have all heard about the money problems forcing a postal t service to do away with saturday service. post offices across the country closing. why is the cash strapped agency spending millions of dollars to wine and dine some employees? stay close. >> a weak-- week long voyage ended for the cruise passengers, and the legend limped back with a faultily propulsion system. and some of thead mechanical problem cut the vessel's speed down to 5 miles an hour forcing the captain to cancel the trip. the captain to cancel the trip to the grand cayman islands. at no time were the passengers in danger. the repairs have been made and it's turned around with a fresh set of customers on board. the lend is back at sea. the fourth time in a month when they've had problems. in the most public sized case an engine fire left the triumph adrift in the gulf of mexico and for eight days, passengers and crew sweltered
moving forward now is can the republican party rally behind these new changes. >> mark preston reporting live for us this morning. >>> i was waiting for it. opening bell just about 20 minutes away. and it's already looking like it could be a rough day for the markets. alison kosik joins me from new york. so the big rally is officially over for now at least. >> oh, yeah. especially with what happened overnight. it's going to be a rough day on wall street. asian markets tumbled 1% to 2% and it's all about a tiny island country of cyprus, the latest country that needs a bailout. but this will be watched very closely because there is a condition to get its $13 billion bailout, that's controversial, if it pass, those who have bank accounts would be taxed one time on their deposits. so if someone has an account with $129,000 or less, they would have to fork over almost $9,000. that's a 6.7% tax. people who live there as you can imagine, they're really nervous about this tax. over the weekend, many rushed to withdraw their money out of the bank. this is what's unnerving the markets right now. a
to make changes at that network. the latest is that rowand martin is out. he the new boss wants his own seat but he is not getting kicked out immediately. his last day is in the first week of april. >> guess what, you probably won't see him before that last day in april. >> the other thing is, all of this talk about a bic shake-up. i like rowand martin. he is a friend. i think he is good, but i have been fired from cnn. so, you know s happens. right in the the thing they think this is going to save cnn by getting rid of rowand martin? they have some prime time people they have to get rid of. i don't want to mention names. aaron burnett for starters but removing rowand martin is not going to do it. whatever. the edges. >> peter: >> male city workers in the small town of windsor missouri were feeling the effects of a tight budget this weekend in a bathroom. the city administratetor claimed the 10 male maintenance workers were using more than their fair share of toilet paper so they needed to bring in their own. p rolls. the washington post reports no o
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